So there is no "waterway" to Coral Cables
, or a Coral Gables waterway. If you were to be going to Coral Gables, you would most likely enter the inlet at Government
Cut. The controlling depth
is 40' +/-. From there, you would enter the Miami
River if proceeding west. The Miami River is a commercial
waterway so there will be plenty of water
There is a river/waterway south of the Miami River at Tahiti/Cocoplum that eventually leads to the Gables. You will find plenty of water
, however, within a couple of miles will be a fixed bridge that you will not get under.
The entire shoreline is a residential area: privately owned. There is a marina (Cocoplum YC). The club is private.
If you are looking for a hurricane
hole in the Miami area: good luck. You need to pay for a "reservation" at most places, and the costs range from $1000 and up.
The Miami River would be a better option, but it gets very crowded.
If you are in the Keys, you may find a few H-Holes in the mangroves. They will offer some protection. The closest to Miami would be Card Sound.
Hope this helps you.